Re: Gnopernicus and ISO-Latin2 characters


Your answer doesn't quite make sense. Only the first 127 characters are ASCII. Depending on the conversions you use, different Latin characters can be stored in the other 128 characters.


remus draica wrote:

On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 16:07, Bill Haneman wrote:


gnopernicus has utf-8 support for braille. The problem is that tables
contains entries for first 255 characters (the ascii table).


Thanks for clarifying Jan.

Maybe the BAUM folks can say a little more; there may be some support for Latin2 braille dot patterns in gnopernicus now, if you select the right braille table. I believe that the current implementation is limited to tables where each 8 bit character is represented by one braille cell, so I am not sure which non-ASCII characters can be implemented. Perhaps its just a matter of building the appropriate braille table for your mapping of 8-bit characters to Latin-2.



Jan Buchal wrote:

"BH" == Bill Haneman <Bill Haneman Sun COM> writes:
  BH> Hi Jan: Please be more specific about use of ISO-Latin2.

sorry, of course.

I mean braille support. Speech is fine now. I use brlapi.

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